7,000 year-old unique statue discovered in Czech RepublicNovember 14th, 2007 - 2:34 am ICT by admin
Archaeologist Zdenek Cizmar said people of the pre-historical culture made the statue, which is now known as the “Moravian Painted Ceramic”.
“The statue was decorated with yellow paint. It is of an immense archaeological value,” said Cizmar.
Masaryk University expert Vladimir Podborsky said that the find could be described as very unique.
“No statue of such dimensions and such type has been uncovered either in Europe or in Orient so far. It has a great scientific importance,” Podborsky said.
The paper has called the statue “a find of the century”. (ANI)
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